Word Cloud for "A Romance of Youth — Volume 1" by François Coppée.

Word Cloud for "A Romance of Youth — Volume 1"

This book was authored by François Coppée. (1842 - 1908)

Area, genre or subject: Paris (France) -- Fiction.

Word Clouds for other books by the same author: François Coppée!

A Romance of Youth — Volume 2  A Romance of Youth — Volume 3  A Romance of Youth — Volume 4  A Romance of Youth — Complete  

The Bag of Words In "A Romance of Youth — Volume 1" (Main Words):

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francois french evening seen parisian called became most something high short each followed work become balcony next playing tears suddenly your return down dear carrying heavy moment wife going bring lock odor monsieur come white lighted soon children although prince longer near dressed five spite thought make herself left looked felt last louise open part found table unfortunate sycamore grew might batifol read lost hours above happy being given same pupil here girl uncle lucie

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